Catch up on Clairsy & Lisa, and all their friends.
David Mundy talks about the Dockers losing to the Suns and how they’re going to bounce against the Pies. Dr Roberto Aguilera explains why fuel prices have shot up again despite the recent cut to the fuel excise. The Pentagon has released information on UFO’s this morning. And Clairsy and Lisa take calls on how you know you pet loves you.
Why have fuel prices shot up again despite the recent cut to the fuel excise?
Barra reflects on the weekend's loss to the Suns and how Freo are going to bounce against the Pies.
Federal opposition leader Anthony Albanese tells us why we should vote for him in this weekend’s election. West Coast Eagles' Elliot Yeo chats about having Covid the past week and the loss to the Dees. And TV host, Silvia Colloca has the best tips when cooking Italian food.
Cook Like An Italian host has probably some of the most genius tips we've ever heard for, you know, cooking like an Italian.
Our fave Eagle chats about what it was like having Covid this past week and the loss to the Dees.
It's probably the last time we'll speak to Albo before the big day... and he pretty keen to have WA on the forefront of lithium mining, but not for export.
Documentary maker Damon Gameau chats about his new film ‘Regenerating Australia’ and Ryan Daniels talks football, colonoscopies and another cricket great gone too soon.
The bloke behind 2014's 'That Sugar Film' chats about his new film, ‘Regenerating Australia’
Football, colonoscopies and another cricket great gone too soon.
It can’t be overstated how huge they were when they exploded onto the charts in the mid-90s with the breakthrough album, Definitely Maybe, which was followed by one of the most significant rock/indie albums ever made, (What’s the Story) Morning Glory. We also learned that the only thing more explosive than their music… were brothers and band mates, Liam and Noel Gallagher. This week, Clairsy & Lisa Band-ter over Oasis.
Our Friday funnyman's hot takes on political ads, shopping centre stalls and nursery rhymes 'gone woke'.
The morning after the State Budget, the Premier breaks it down.
Grinspoon frontman, Phil Jamieson is in Perth for Spring Loaded at Red Hill and has a chat about touring, Baby John Burgess and going solo.
What is a 'hot spot'? Rhino also weighs in on some of the most ridiculous commentating deals ever.
Mark McGowan talks about what’s in the state budget. Ryan Daniels chats about hot spots and ridiculous commentating deals. Jon Pinder shares his thoughts on political ads. And Grinspoon frontman, Phil Jamieson talks about touring, Baby John Burgess and going solo.
AMA WA President, Dr Mark Duncan-Smith talks about the effectiveness of RATs and the explosion of case numbers in WA this week. Actor Cameron Daddo chats about his new film ‘How To Please A Woman’ which was shot in Perth. Clairsy and Lisa take calls on inspiring films and explain the lengths NASA are currently going to make contact with aliens.
AMA WA President talks about the effectiveness of RATs and the explosion of case numbers in WA this week.
The Aussie actor chats about his new film ‘How To Please A Woman’ which was shot in Perth.
Otherwise known as, how you chat about the upcoming Federal Election that won't bore you to death.
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Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.